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EXTRAORDINARY MEMORY. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 17 September 1885

EXTRAORDINARY MEMORY. All Old Neero'a Method of Countlnjt K|fij« Not to Me Coinm«n<lel. Old Mose, who sells eggs and ohiokens on tho streets of Austin for a living, is as honest an old negro as ever lived, but he has got the habit of chatting familiarly with h\< customers, hence he frequently mako3 mistaken In counting out the ofi^s they buy. Ho carries his wares around In a small cart drawn by a diminutive donkey. He stopped in front of the residence of Mrs. Samuel Hurton. The old lady herself oame out to the gate to make the purchases. "Have you got any eggs this morning. Uncle Moae?" she asked. "Yes, indeed I has. Jess got in ten dozen from de kentry." ••Are they fresh?" "I guantees 'em. I knows dey am fresh less de same as ef I had liad 'em myse'f." ""I'll take nine doz.cn. You can just count them into this basket" "All right, mum," he counts, "one, two. free, foah, five, six. leben, eight, nine, ten.' You kin rely on dem bein' fresh. How's your son coming ...

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DOWN ON PEDDLERS. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 17 September 1885

DOWN ON PEDDLERS. The Gtmln Wlio Improved I'pon the MethoiU ol lliii Father. He was in trade, the stationery trade, and lie carried his stock about with him. It required no expressage. as it i onsisted of six diaries and twelve lead pencils. Ha had rung the boll of a Alain street mansion. Aooue answered. Jle had gone down to the ba.s.-incut and knocked. Still no one answered. Then he had tapped on tha window. Silence still. Hut just then he had been made aware of the prBUOOO of a mii:ill boy who hail issued from an alley alongside and proceeded to hurl at him decayed vegetables anil other odd* and ends in the street cleaning department's line. None of them had hit him, ha admitted, but for self-protection he had summoned a policeman and had the hostile taken into camp. The BUjrbtrata tried to look severe and turned his gaJM upon the culprit. at which the latter dug his Mngers into his eyes and struggled manfully but fruitlessly to crush out a tear. "Look here, William Urerinan," his...

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WHAT SPORTING MEN RELY ON. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 17 September 1885

WHAT SPORTING MEN RELY ON. When Louis R. Redmond, the South Carolina moonshiner, cornered, after for eight years eluding the government officials, was asked to surrender, lie exclaimed : "Never, to men who tire at my back I" Before he was taken, five bullets bad gone clear through him, but strange to relate, he got well in the hands of a rude backwoods nurse." By the way, if Uarflelflhad been in the bands of a backwoods inline, he might have lived. A heap of volunteer testimony against tho infallibility of the physicians lias Wen accumulating of late, ard people are encouraged to do their own doctoring more and more. It is cheaper and quite as certain. Before Detective Curl in of Buffalo caught Tom Ballard he "covered' Mm with his revolver. Tom saw the point and tumbled ! Joe (.loss was "covered" a few weeks ago and lie tumbled, and so did Dan Mace. Death " [etched em " with that dreaded weapon —kidney disease, lint they should have been lively and drawn first. They could easily hav...

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LONDON SEWAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 17 September 1885

LONDON SEWAGE. What It la Estimated to Do Worth, and Plant for Hi Dlnponal Considrrcil. It has been computed that the annual value of London sewage amounts to Ss. 9d. per individual, and, estimating the population at 4,01)0,000 persons, the total value would bo more than 88,000,- 000 per annum. It would thus appear, on the face of it, that in soiue way or other this sum should be saved for tho city. There arc two ways of deriving prolit from sewage: One is by the application of sewage to land, as, for instance, is done, at Pullman, 111., or from treatment by chemical processes. l':i- ;- --cedeuts for the lirst plan ctist in Great Britain, the more notable ones bring in Edinburgh and Doncastcr; but from neither of these could the comniis- lionen derive sufficient encouragement to Infer that the pumping and other expenses would not cancel all of the possible proliN. The second plan is regarded as yet more unfavorably, for the ■'available material value of the scwaje is at present too ...

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PERSONAL AND LITERARY. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 17 September 1885

PERSONAL AND LITERARY. —All the relatives of ex-Viee-I'res-idont Wheeler have died in the last ton yean. — Tioij. Time*. The Indians have given General Sheridan the name of "The-chunky-maa-W h< >-means-business.'' —Emperor William, of Germany, always has a chapter from the Bible read : to him Immediately after dinner. —The majority of literary people now ipell the name of the great dramatist, Shakespeare, and the minority are divided up on several different spellings of it. -if, Y. Tribune. —Monroe was the only one of tho Presidents or e\-l'residents who was buried in New York City, and his remains wove removed thence to Richmond before tho war. — .V. Y. Mail. —Mrs. M. J. Pitman (Margery Deano) , is a direct descendant in the f >urth gen- > eratioa of that Captain Isaac Davis who ; led the Concord nght and was tho lirst offloer killed in the war of the revolution. -Chicnrjo Intrr Ocean, —Edward Judson (Ned l'.untline) has written between t...

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SCHOOL AND CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 17 September 1885

SCHOOL AND CHURCH. — Fourteen of seventeen pupils of a i class in a lohool at Bronson. Fla., rejoin' ).t rtie euphonious name of Smith. — The British Bible Society issued tho New Testament at two cents a copy, In nine months 960,000 COp'flJ have been sold. — "One High Jens and Fi/./eology" was a North Carolina BOhool-teacher's requisition tor a new manual just published by the state,. —Chicago Times. —Tho land belonging to Cornell University comprises 240 acres, of which 120 is specially d,evoteil to the farm. Not originally fertile, it has been made sufficiently so to yield 80,000 annually in gross products."— lthaca (N. V.) Journut. —The venerable little church at Tadbuiao, the oldest iii Canada, having been built by the Jesuits in 101 j. Is soon to be replaced by a more spacious temple. But the judicious pastor has determined to keep it iutact all the same. —Tho Commissioner of Education reports that in the South the school enrollment of white children has increased 297,185! and ...

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PUNGENT PARAGRAPHS. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 17 September 1885

PUNGENT PARAGRAPHS. —When tlio bad small boy returns at nijrlit to his lioruo ho often finds there is* a breeze brewing. And usually it is a spanking one. — Chicago Current. —Although a million copies of Webster's spelling book are annually circulated, some people still persist in spelling their names "Sraythe."— Oil i'itii Derrick. —Bell, the telephone man, has an article in Srience, telling how to avoid icebergs. Wo haven't read it, but one good way is to travel only by railroad.— liurdette. —0. whore does beauty linger?" sings a Philadelphia poetess. Considerable of it usually lingers upon a young man's shoulder, unless her- head rests very quietly.—A. I*. Sun. —The Mormon Bishop Snow has been in Mexico to negotiate for tho purchase of largo tracts of land in that country for the occupation of colonies. We should think Mexico would be too hot for Snow. — Korrislown Herald. —The pine tree, says an authority, serves as a refuge for more than four hundred species of insects. We can ...

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Plain Black Dresses. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 17 September 1885

Plain Black Dresses. Mohair of demi-lustro, tamiso cloth, albatross cloth and black thumel aiv used for plain dresses. These fabrics cost from fifty cents to 81 a yard double width. The mohairs, alpacas and brilllautines havo never been given up by English women for useful mourning dresses, us their smooth surface sheds dust and is not injured by moisture. The tailor styles so .ipular for winter ilivsses aro" rcpe. lin these serviceable fabrics, anil such a dress may be worn in the house throughout the autumn and winter. Tucked and pleated waisis that may be worn with or without a belt are especially liked for ilannels and mohairs. Ono pretty way to make these i 3 to let the frontf "lap plainly for about three inches, buttoning on the left side with small buttons and hole), and have a corresponding row of buttons on the right side; then just beyoud the buttons havo three or four .small tuuks a third of an inch wide, and repeat the tucks down the middle form of the back; these tucks ...

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A DANGEROUS ENEMY. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 17 September 1885

A DANGEROUS ENEMY. We cannot to) earnestly urge tho necessity of using Hi.? Compound <>... .■•••■ Vitnlissitiiy Tr.-atmen't of Dm. Htirkey t .I'.ilcu, 1529 Arch reet l'hil:i(]ti!plii.i, in tho very tv.7/ commcncemenl of ii Imonarji tfiyub'.t <uid bet< the dlienso ii is in i.i ■ aei in<i i loro.v.is up in tUo uy.S' to.v nd reduced its pownr fc> Contend with a > diviif.'t>ri>us an enemy. Ii jmr eolith iii becoining trouble*oiie, if you » iisni-i-r to losefUshoi utie'uvctb, and Ii >\ ■■ i.ijlil • • ■ .-(■*. gnud at one i to 1).». St irkey & Palen for sucli document* and iviiotti nl cam s .< will enabln you to understand the nature and action of their Treatment. Utders fi-r the Compound Oxygon Home Treatment will be filled by 11. X Mathews, 621 I'owellSt. between Biwh or.d Pine streets, San Francisco. Peat bogs cover !<!•• >■:£ one-se...

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THE ART OF GETTING VIGOROUS [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 17 September 1885

THE ART OF GETTING VIGOROUS I Is comprised In one very simple piece of f>d- ' vise, iinprovo dige«ti»n. .n'" elaborate system ' <>f dietetic! ia nee I. If you laok vi^or, use \ systematically that hlensant promoter of it, Hostetter's Stomach Bittern. If y<m take thla hint, and do nut Commit any woenseS, there is jno reason why you Bhould not gain in I strength, appetite ' and i b 'ht. Host) of whilom (nvalida are t.i day bullnlng a foundatiuii for years of vigorous health with thia Bound and thorough renovat of n dilapidated physique and fftilimj energy. Dyspepsia is eradicated l>y it, and the constitution fortified against dlsord isti which, If it were exposed, it must lurel) iccumb notably mHlarial fever. Rheumatism, inactivity of tlin kidneys and bladder, n»rvmisntas, nnd their various aymptotns, disappear when It Is used with periliti icy, not abandoned after a brief iv»d ' irresrular trial. . « • A Pennsylvnnia girl has tra...

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WHAT IS CATARRH? [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 17 September 1885

WHAT IS CATARRH? [From the Mad, Canada, Di o, 16] Catarrh U a muoo-puruienl dinchargo Moatd bjr tlio ,i, id« rihl dsTulopment of ths ve-tetabiu nirasita niii.iiiaintbe intiTiiiil lining membnue dI the imko. Tti bi par at! t« Ib onlf developed w^lcr favorable clrcumytaijcca. and tbitie arc:— Morbid tnte of tin blood, h i be UUhttd oon><u<leo( uheiole, tbo Kcrm »ioi«oniof syuhilla, mercury, loxoman, from the retention of tho I'fieted matter of tbe ikin, fmiiprosse I iwraiilratl kully vi'iitiiatcil tUejiius aiiartni» nts. Hnd other poisons that are sermlnated in the blood. Tlieao i,. JWgJeptlie lnttriial lii.ii | meiubraue of thi no»e ,n ii oonaTkul state of Irritation, tver ready for the del»Rit of tbo aefl of these genus, wblcb »i>ri'i«l up the nostriU and down the faucu, or back of tbe throat canning iilceration of the throat; up tbo eiutaabian talwa, cnuilns deafnem; burrowiug In the rooaloordi, causing boaraeneu; luurplDg tho proper itru...

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A SENSIBLE TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 17 September 1885

A SENSIBLE TABLE. Ono of tlie very latest innovations in tables, \i tho "Shakspearo Tul)le." For eale by tho ('nliforiiia Furniture Company, 220 to 228 Until »tropt, San Francisco, where everything that is beautiful in furniture can be seen. • •• VThcn Bal>y xsaa slok, ■wo pvvo her C ASTORIA, Vi'lion Klio waa a Child, hlio criod for CASTOHIA, When llintimnlllll Miss, Hliocluni; to CASTORIA, W'Ueu she had Children, blio gave thorn C AS'lOXt IA

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JUST WHAT TO DO. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 17 September 1885

JUST WHAT TO DO. When you nro In doubt where to find any place nf furniture, oithsc ot uulquo or plajn Htyle, X" at nuce to the warerooms ut the <':»1ifuroia Furniture Ooinpauy. 320 to 2'ifl Buali ttreet, Ban I'VacidCo, ami ymt will ba sucoeti' ful.

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TUCKER JEWELRY COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 17 September 1885

TUCKER JEWELRY COMPANY. No, 7 Kearny street, Sim Francisco, Iraporten and dtalera in Howard. Walthani and anil Klgin <m,lil nnd Silver Watches, Finn ■Tewehy, Diamonds, Hilvet \V:uv, Cloaks: and Cutlery. Any artlols will bo sent \>y Welln V'Arfrn & Co'i Express subject tv approval, IVrfret MtMaotlcu gnnranteetl. , 0 . Try Germoii for l!rcakfu»t.

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OFFICE FURNITURE. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 17 September 1885

OFFICE FURNITURE. All panons onnteinplatiuir furnishing an dlliiiii shnulrl namind the offioe furniture nulil by the Oalifornia Furniture Company, 2SO t.i Tin I.ii.-li street, San Franciisoo,

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PARENTS AND TEACHERS. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 17 September 1885

PARENTS AND TEACHERS. Tho Necessity of Hourly Co-Operation Be- tween Tin-in. The fact is conceded by tlioso who properly understand or appreciate the laboriousnens of a teacher's position that his remuneration is frequently incotumensurate with tho amount of work required of him, aud no rightly thinking man will. 1 believo, dispute the assertion that so long as the teacher can command little more for his service than is paid to an ordinary laborer, just so long will the cause of education be retarded, and do one will have the right to I complain if our schools are conducted in a neglient and unsatisfactory manner. . llovcvor, in an effort to correct the evils existing in our systems of instruction, there is something else to be conBidered besides dollars and cents. The conscientious instructor, be he "college professor" or "country pedagogue." is not an automaton that drags listlessly through six hours of labor per day. after tho fashion of a horse in a treadmill, contented merely t...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 17 September 1885

fW\\ HUMILIATING ERUPTIONS yj-.''jk ITCHING AND Xuj BURNING ,$& TORTURES Ami c:vi:itv sir., 11 hor Itcmfno, Konly, Pimply, lnln'ritcil, HrrofulouH, niul ContoHioua UUoasos of tl.o Blood, Bkm, j.nti Scalp, with Lou of Hair, friiia infojicy to oltl hcc, me positively oared iy Iho I'i'TK'i.'it.v ItKMKoru. Outici i;. IIESOI-VKNT, tho now blood purifier, ell iiiihi'm tli» liliiihl niul p»rBpiration of impuriiii ■ ,'uul poitaiiom elamsiiU, and thin niuotm 111' caute. CutioitrAj (lie grant Kkin Care, instanllj; alii j-h It '.iiiK ana lnllninmntinn, oleart tli» Skm mid alp. licalh Ulcen anil Hi>ren, mid restores Ih ■ H.ii tUTlcniiA Soai 1. nn exquiaita Hkin Renutifier nnd 'J'oilnt lipciuitiito, prepared from ("UTicriiA, in iiidiHpo.iKul.iin in tri'iitu Skin Dimms™, llHhy Iliiiniirs, Skin Blemishes, Chni.'pod niul Oily Hun. Hold erprywhere. Prloei CTrTZOVBA, 800, i 1!e--siii.vknt. |lj Hoap, iißo, Prepared bytliol'or. TEK iJKro AND t'ItKMIOAI, Co., IiOSTON, HAM, iifSi'i...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 17 September 1885

California Wire Works, 329 MARKET ST., SAN FRANCISCO, HAXDriomna op WIRE EVERYTHING IN WIRE 1 ;— D «i rh a A lAJ Jra ( Wo offer for mlo at lowost figure IJBU Ifllß'i i&4 point re-ular and thick sut Bsing rnyiitorlj licensed we iQAvmtM our customers u^uiiiNt damages. * Dnlinrr Wiro "Pacific" brand of very best steol, DdlHIJj If llGtullsizos at luHostmarku' rutos. Ufirn rtln+rinrr ' All nioshes & widths, ijnivnnlzod VYii ItClllllg taftarmade.forpoultryyards.&c. U/irn P'o+h i °' "^ kinds for frtilt dryors, thrush. tlllb UlUlll ' Ors, h.m 0.-tith, riddles, etc. 14 nil WirQ ' 'or 'ra'.ninjr hops, mada from stool in nUjJ vi IIC I long lengths specially tor tho {fiirpose. Pnnhar Trano i aml il" ot''' klnda of traP for UUJJMCI I Idjj.: (moles, mnlrrthi rats and uiiee. n> "■ ■• ('for laying out vineyards diVineyard LinBs{s^»r" 8 amlmuae Ornamental and Useful Wire and Iron Work. XOTB.—WO meet MtMHrm competition by homo iiiiimifiictun; autl .-./•;...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 17 September 1885

POWDER Absolutely Pure. This powder never varies. A marvel of purity, ntrun"tfi and wholesomenesi. More soonomlcal than tliu onlini y kinds, ami cannot be sold In oomoetl. tion with he multitude of low tO3t, short weight, alum, or phosphate powders. Sold only 111 wni. ItoYAl IUKIKO Cowdrr Co., 100 Wall Street, iV \. -' Tiirrs PILLS "THE OLD RELIABLE." 25 YEARS IN USE. Tho Groatert Medical Triumph of the Age! Indorsed all over the World. SYMPTOMS OF A TORPID LIVER. Lossofappetite. Nausea, bowels costiveVPalnLiii the Head,with a dull sennation In the back part._Paj.n_Bsder the shoulder-blade, fuHuess after eat ing, with a disinclination tooxertlon of body or mind, Irritability of temper, spirits,L.ossof memory ,wim a feeling of having negleoted some dutyi weariness. Dizziness, Flutter-' ingofthe Heart, potsbeforetheeyes, ygT^Fgkln.geadaoheißestlessnega at night, highly colored IF THESE WARNINGS ABE UNHEEDED, BSUOQ3 SISZASSS WILL BOOM BS DBVBLOPIO. THTT'S FILLS are especially udnpted t...

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